Board of Trustees
Term: May 2019 - May 2022
Ms. Peck and her husband Doug have lived in Houston since 2000 and chose to live in SBISD for its schools. An attorney who practices primarily in the area of employment law and litigation, Ms. Peck has long been active in her community, having served as president of the Bunker Hill and Memorial Middle School PTAs and her homeowners' association as well as on the board of trustees of her church, St. Paul's United Methodist. She has also previously served on the boards of the Alley Theatre and Writers in the Schools. Additionally, she is one of the founding directors of TAMSA, Texans Advocating for Meaningful Student Assessment. Ms. Peck continues to advocate in Austin for the SBISD community.
Ms. Peck graduated in 1984 from Newcomb College of Tulane University with a B.A. in Political Science and obtained her J.D. from Yale Law School in 1987.
Ms. Peck and her husband have two children who grew up in and graduated from SBISD schools. Their daughter has graduated from the University of Virginia in and is working in finance. Their son has graduated from TCU in Business Information Systems and is working in IT.
"Education opens the doorways to opportunity and personal fulfillment. Spring Branch ISD has expressed the laudable aim of instilling in all students the belief that they can achieve more than they thought possible, and I am honored to serve on its Board of Trustees."
Term: November 2020 - May 2023
Rev. Klam is a third generation resident of Spring Branch, and is a graduate of Memorial High School. He obtained his Bachelor of Science from The University of Texas, where he earned UT Baseball’s Longhorn Spirit Award for leadership with character. Rev. Klam received his Masters of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary.
Rev. Klam has been dedicated to advocating for and serving children, teenagers, and their families since joining the staff of Chapelwood United Methodist Church in 1997. His service in Spring Branch has included coaching, mentoring, and active participation as a volunteer on several SBISD campuses. He has also participated in the SBISD Financial Advisory Committee as well as the Strategic Planning Committee exploring implications and opportunities associated with the District of Innovation status.
Rev. Klam and his wife, Amy, live in Spring Valley and are raising three children. Their oldest child graduated from Memorial High School and is now attending Birmingham Southern College. Their middle child attends Memorial High School with their youngest attending St. Mark Lutheran.
"It is an incredible honor and privilege to serve all children, parents, teachers, and citizens of SBISD. In a rapidly changing culture, our school district has a unique opportunity to shape the way we prepare future generations while maintaining our historic expectation of excellence.”
Term: May 2021 - May 2024
Ms. Caesar has been an active member of the Spring Branch ISD community since 2010. She has been an active member of four PTAs holding various roles including everything from legislative chair to various program chairs to shelving books.
Ms. Caesar serves on the Board of Directors for the Spring Branch Education Foundation, has been a member of the leadership team for Spring Branch Speaks, a grassroots advocacy group, served on the Council of PTAs for two years and served on the SBISD Family E3, Bond Advisory and Strategic Planning committees.
Ms. Caesar has been active in advocating on education issues in Austin including organizing a busload of citizens to visit all legislators whose districts touch SBISD in Austin.
Ms. Caesar and her husband, Bill, have four children — three in SBISD schools and one SBISD graduate now attending college.
Ms. Caesar worked as an award winning journalist before becoming an executive in a start-up software company and then a marketing executive for IBM. She holds a BA from the University of Virginia.
Term: May 2021 - May 2024
Mr. Earnest and his wife Meredith have lived in the district since 2008. A consultant in areas of compensation and board related governance matters, Mr. Earnest runs the Houston office of the national firm of which he is a partner. He has been very active in the community serving on the Board of Post Oak Little League and as mentor to young married couples at Second Baptist Church.
Mr. Earnest graduated in 2001 from the University of Tulsa with a B.A. in Law & Society and he obtained his J.D. and M.B.A. from Tulsa as well in 2004. Mr. Earnest was a 4 year letterman on the football team for the Golden Hurricane.
Mr. Earnest and his wife have five children, three of which are currently in SBISD schools.
“I am grateful to have the opportunity to represent the students of this great community we live in. I will work hard to make sure that we focus on achieving the best possible outcomes for all students in SBISD.”